What did most people bring back from tradng in the Fertile crescent?
they brought back clothes and food
The people moved to highlands. For farming, they built canals and ditches to bring the river water to their fields. However, these irrigation methods were hampered by silt and saline below the top soil - the land became infertile due to lack of management. Despite that and the presence of the flooding which came too late for the spring planting and too early for fall crops, the fertile crescent was very productive for generations.
People fear floods because floods wash away everything, people loose their belongings, their homes get destroyed, some even loose their lives. On the other hand, floods bring water for lands to become fertile, fertile land gives more crops, which means more food and better economy, in countries where water is used from wells, floods fill the wells up with fresh water, the underground water becomes less salty so more consumable. although floods bring destruction initially…
if anyone where to get caught in the lava, it can cause serious burns and even death to the people. the environment around will take a long time to get back to normal, but hardened lava is actually good for the earth as it is quite fertile and suitable for growing crops and does bring a good crop yield.
The Nile River can be called the "giver and taker of life" because floods bring silt to crops and make the soil fertile, but floods also destroy villages and the people living in them. Egyptians needed the fertile soil to help their economy grow, but the yearly floods were always a major set back! It destroys millions of homes and villiages.
Events that bring people together are usually happy or sad. If a person is celebrating something (a birthday, a wedding, a baptism) these are joyous events that bring people together. If a person has lost a close relative or friend to death, this type of sad event can also bring people together. When I say bring, I mean unite to either celebrate, comfort or support.